JJY shortwave TX at 5/8/10MHz finally terminated on 0300UTC 31-MAR-2001 (that was 12:00pm in JST). Formerly 2.5MHz and 15MHz were also on the air. JJY longwave TX at 40kHz from Fukushima (yes, approx. 15km from the damaged Dai-ichi nuclear reactor, still have operational difficulties) and 60kHz from Kyushu have been on the air now (40kHz since 1999, 60kHz since 2001). Radio clocks nationwide are in sync. Japanese Wikipedia article about JJY: http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/JJY JST information page... Topics: "time signals", +radio, +japan, +jjy, n1ea
Distress radio traffic, 500 kHz from SS Marine Electric, call sign WOOH, SOS as recorded at USCG COMMSTA BOSTON / NMF on February 12, 1983. A transcript of the decoded Morse Code is also available here. See file: Transcript_SOS_WOOH.txt favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: SOS, "Marine Electric", wooh, distress, "morse code", n1ea
SOS Fire in Engine Room, Abandon Ship! ms PRINSENDAM October 4, 1980, shows what international cooperation can accomplish, USAF, USCG, Canadian Armed Forces, EMTs from Sitka, Alaska, and the US and other Merchant Marines combined resources to accomplish a miracle. 535 people saved from life boats with no fatalities from chilly waters of Gulf of Alaska. Topics: ms Prinsendam, SOS, Passenger Ship, Merchant Vessel, miracle, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reception of HS0AC on August 29, 2012 on 21 MHz of Finn Jensen at the key as received by N1EA in Massachusetts. N1EA is using a side swiper and a semi-automatic McElroy key. Morse code. Topics: oz1het, hs0ac, n1ea, "side swiper", sideswiper, "mcelroy", key, "morse...
A recording of KPH San Francisco Radio's annual Night of Nights when KPH returns to the marine radio telegraphy bands on the anniversary of the day they closed July 12, 1999. This recording is of Richard Dillman, or RD as he is known world-wide over the marine telegraphy frequencies. Topics: kph, rca, "san francisco", radio, radiotelegraphy, marine, wireless, ship, "500...
A recording made in France by Erik Ludwig, F9LT (originally PA0LU) of 500 kHz ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship Morse Wireless Telegraphy made His friend Edward "Ned" Raub relates further: He said he'd caught "everything from TA to VO1." or from Turkey TAH to Newfoundland, Canada with stations like St. Anthony Coast Guard Radio. For my part (says Ned Raub), I recorded U.S coast stations, Faroes, Oslofjord, much else between dusk and 00 GMT here. I sent two micro-cassettes to... Topics: "morse code", ship, radio, telegraphy, "500 kHz", "SOS",...
byEdward A. McCarthy, W1YT, David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA
In the middle 1980s, former United States Coast Guard Radioman and well known radio amateur, Edward A. McCarthy, W1YT was tuning the 7.0 MHz amateur radio bands at his amateur radio station in Florida when he came upon a conversation between two amateurs using continuous wave (CW) Morse radiotelegraphy. Since a tape recorder was nearby, he decided to record the conversation between David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA/MM (Maritime Mobile) who was sailing as Radio Officer in the Merchant Marine on the... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Morse code, bug, vibroplex, storm, rain, "radio officer", ship, QSO, W1YT, N1EA